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Posted by Thomas Ball at 7:59PM

Blog posting by Thomas Ball FLEFF Blogger, Cinema and Photography 18'

Landon Van Soest, Co-director of For Ahkeem, took a winding road to get to this year’s FLEFF.

Van Soest, in collaboration with his co-director Jeremy S. Levine, live and work out of New York City. Prior to...


Posted by Gabriella Sophir at 4:16PM


Blog posting written by Abby Sophir, Television-Radio ’14, FLEFF Intern, St. Louis, MO


Posted by Gabriella Sophir at 10:19AM

Blog posting written by Abby Sophir, Television/Radio '14, FLEFF Intern, St. Louis, Missouri.

Overwhelmed by the number of great films coming to FLEFF? Here are a couple you'll want to be sure to catch!

Good Fortune


  • Directed by Ithaca College alum Jeremy Levine
  • Forces viewers to question international humanitarian efforts: How...


Posted by Kelsey Greene at 2:37AM

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

As I mentioned several times in my blog entries, I am looking forward to all the events and guest at FLEFF 2011.

One specific event I am looking forward to at Cinemapolis is the screening of


Posted by Brian McCormick at 1:20AM

Blog was written by Brian McCormick, Film, Photo & Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF intern, Wilbraham, MA.

I recently had the opportunity to speak with FLEFF filmmaker Landon Van Soest, an Ithaca College alumn (‘04), who is screening his documentary “Good Fortune”  at FLEFF...


Posted by Evan Johnson at 10:47PM

This year, FLEFF is pleased to feature the work of Ithaca College '06 alumnus Jeremy Levine, who manages the full-service production company Transient House with co-producer Landon Von Soenst. Their latest feature documentary, "Good Fortune" will be screened at the festival on...


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